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Lithograph Question - Newbie
As a general rule of thumb, you'll want to find an archival quality box (acid free, lignin free, and constructed without adhesive) and store the sheets flat. Here are a couple of archival supply companies: www.gaylord.com and www.lightimpressionsdirect.com.
But I'm not sure what exactly you have. Can you explain these sheets a little more? Are you talking about prints, or materials used to create prints?
Sally J. Jacobs, Archivist
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